Listen, we all know that the Vancouver real estate market is absolutely bonkers. But instead of $20 million dollar homes and $2000/month shoebox apartments, it’s time to look at something completely different. This time around, there is a historic heritage home for sale in Vancouver, but it’s $0. Yep, it’s free. The only catch? You’ve got to pay to move it.

A Vancouver family has lived in this Cambie Village spot for almost 10 years and have even seen it reach a small level of stardom as the home of the main character in the CW TV series The Flash.

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Now, after deciding they needed a lot more space and a renovation was out of the question, the family has decided to give it away for (practically) nothing. So, the nearly 100-year-old home will have to be moved off the lot for the current owners to be able to build their dream home.

That means somebody might be getting a pretty big bargain! According to the listing, it would cost around $150,000 for the house to be moved, depending on the new location. Sure, that means you have to have a lot ready to go, but it’s a pretty nice price considering what Vancouver real estate is like.

So, it’s not free, but that is a heck of a deal. If you want to learn more about the listing or check it out for yourselves, just click here. Plus, according to CTV, the current owners are giving this away on a first-come, first-serve basis. So move quickly, folks!

Happy house hunting, Vancouver!